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The Constitution of the Tampa Bay Young Republicans



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Article IV
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The Constitution Of The Tampa Bay Young Republicans

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The Current Constitution of the Tampa Bay Young Republicans Enacted on June 24, 2008

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  1. 1. The Constitution of the Tampa Bay Young Republicans To all and sundry to whose knowledge these presents shall come, let it be known that in the Spirit of Fraternity, Friendship, and Fidelity, that We, the current members of the Tampa Bay Young Republicans in order to establish a more perfect organization and association of like minded individuals who profess to support and spread conservative and Republican ideology and principles hereby establish this constitution as our governing principle to set all in motion and to govern the welfare of our tight association. With the blessings of our Deity, the grand architect of the universe, we hereby and hereon attest to the acceptance of this constitution as our rule and guide and affix our names in recognition of this acceptance from this day forth as our governing law and in order to memorialize this, our most sincere testament to our association of friends dedicated to working for the Republican cause. Article I The Name of Our Association The name of the organization shall be the Tampa Bay Young Republicans hereinafter referred to as the “TBYR”. Article II Mission & Purpose The mission of the Tampa Bay Young Republicans is to form an association of tight friendships based on fidelity and fraternity and to encourage young people to become involved with upholding, developing and influencing the principles, objectives, and platform of the Republican Party through the development and maintenance of a Young Republican organization. Further is the mission of the Tampa Bay Young Republicans to provide its members with the opportunities for political and individual self-development, political expression, recognition, education on the political process, and a practical means by which they may contribute in the development and betterment of the Republican Party as a service to the United States of America, the great State of Florida, Hillsborough County and the surrounding Tampa Bay area, as well as working for the election of duly nominated Republican candidates. Article III Membership Any individual qualifies for membership if he or she is at least 18 years of age and he or she has made application and fully paid all annual dues with further eligibility requirements delineated in the By-laws of this organization.
  2. 2. Article IV The Executive Board Section 1 (Elections): The Executive Board shall be elected by all members in good standing by majority vote as further defined in the By-laws at a special annual meeting as prescribed by the By- laws. Section 2 (Authority): The Executive Board is the general governing body of the organization for its social economy, agenda, and business affairs. Section 3 (Composition): The Executive Board shall be comprised of a President, Vice-President, Treasurer, and Secretary and those appointed by the discretion of the entire Executive Board. Section 4 (Appointments): The President, from time to time, with the consent of the entire executive board, may appoint officers and establish committees as it may be deemed necessary to carry out the affairs of the organization. Section 5 (Delegation): The Executive Board when deemed necessary shall have the authority to delegate any of its duties or specific tasks to several committees or individual members when appropriate. Article V Committees Section 1 (Standing Committees): The organization shall have as its standing committees the following: The Social Committee, The Community Affairs Committee, The Political Affairs Committee, The Marketing Committee, The Membership Committee, The Newsletter Committee and The Fundraising Committee. Section 2 (Other Committees): The Executive Board has the authority to create other committees as deemed appropriate and necessary. Section 3 (Committee Reviews): Each committee shall report regularly to the Executive Board and the Executive Board has the authority to review the activities of each committee. Article VI State Affiliation Section 1 : The organization will be subject to the Constitution and Bylaws of the Florida Federation of Young Republicans and shall seek membership and maintain membership in said association. Section 2: The Organization shall send at least one (1) representative to every Florida Federation of Young Republicans quarterly Board meeting. That representative shall be the highest-ranking officer that is able to attend. The order of rank shall be: President, Vice President, Treasurer and Secretary. If none of the officers can attend, the President shall choose a committee chairperson to represent the Club. The Club shall send a delegation of at least one to each Florida Federation of Young Republicans Annual Convention.
  3. 3. Section 3 (FFYR Annual Convention Delegates): The Executive Board shall appoint the delegates and the alternates to the state convention by the FFYR deadline prior to the convention. Article VII By- The By- Laws The Constitution of the organization shall be the general governing law and the By-laws shall be subject to the Constitution. The By-laws shall further delineate all rules and regulations more specifically to govern the organization. Article VIII Amendments Section 1 (Submitting): A proposed amendment to this Constitution shall be submitted in writing to the Secretary at any general membership meeting, at which time it shall be read to the members. Section 2 (Announcement): Notice of the proposed amendment shall be included in the call of the next meeting and the Secretary shall have a copy of the proposed amendment for voting members to see. Section 3 (Voting): The TBYR Constitution can only be amended by a two-thirds (2/3) vote of those active members voting at any general membership meeting, after which proper notice has been given provided that Sections 1 and 2 of this Article have been satisfied. No proxy votes will be allowed or accepted. Section 4 (Approval): All amendments shall take effect upon approval of the TBYR. Wherefore, this Constitution, in accordance with the intention of its members as stated in the Preamble of this honorable document, do hereby and hereon on the ____ day of ______________ in the year of our Lord Two Thousand Seven, enact this Constitution as the General Governing Law and Constitution of the Tampa Bay Young Republicans.

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